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Communication Minister Jorge Rodriguez says it is a goodwill gesture to help ease tensions.
Two die in Masaya, after opposition activists take refuge in a church from pro-government militias.
Demonstrators say austerity measures impose too high a burden and want the prime minister dismissed.
How citizens are taking control of their own cities with low-cost sensors.
A hidden diary written by a French carpenter provides a rare insight into the private lives of villagers in the late 19th Century.
Social media has become a battleground in the political conflict between Qatar and Saudi Arabia and its allies.
The rescue of a child hanging from a balcony was a typical zero-to-hero intro to a superhero story.
Andre Kuik was a baby when he was adopted by a Dutch family, 40 years later he is flying back to Indonesia to meet his birth mother.
PC Sorcar's shows redefined what Western audiences expected from an Indian magician.
All eyes are on the planned Trump-Kim summit, but human rights are unlikely to get a look in.
The EU and Canada threaten retaliation and France's finance minister says a trade war is days away.
Razan al-Najar was shot whilst on duty during recent border protests.
Presidential term limits and the legalisation of same-sex marriage are on the agenda in Cuba.
The action of the American teacher in Idaho, charged with animal cruelty, has drawn rival petitions.
The pilot whale vomited five of them as Thai conservation officials tried in vain to save it.
Israel says it will investigate after volunteer medic Razan al-Najar was shot dead during protests.
Beijing says it has the right to deploy "on its own territory" after US accusations of intimidation.
Sanitary products, surgical masks and nappies begin washing up on beaches north of Sydney.
The Egyptian president's second term comes after a landslide win and amid a crackdown on opponents.